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A tango of zest and savory❣

One of the great, classic blends —sweet, spicy & lemony— for all taste buds. 
A perennial favorite with seafood, our Lemon-Pepper seasoning celebrates the fruits of the ocean with fantastic complementary flavors. It will add wonderful flavor to any meal.

Taste and Aroma
From the first taste, with a peppery floral aroma of freshly cracked black pepper, you'll savor a splash of citrus zest from lemon peel and lemon salt, that ignites the taste buds, the spice blend provides a gentle heat that works equally well with milder and stronger seafood dishes. Lemon-Pepper is a fan favorite for that fresh, brisk, vibrant aroma as well as that delicious taste, that assures you and your guests of a pleasant, refreshing aftertaste. Lemon-Pepper make eating fun!


How to Enjoy it
  • This classic combination of lemon and black pepper is especially delicious on fish, shrimp and other seafood. Lemon-Pepper gives chicken and fish a subtle flavor boost, just enough to bring out their natural aromas and distinctive taste. 
  • However, our Lemon-Pepper is very versatile and can be used as a spice rub for grilled meats (particularly poultry) or a zesty topping for pasta or salad.
  • Best spice possible for scrambled eggs and omelettes, and crispy lemon-pepper wings with crunchy fries. 
  • A must for salmon, catfish, flounder, or pecan-crusted grouper (red snapper as well, or any firm-fleshed fish).
  • Great for turkey or duck breast, hamburgers, pork roast, chops or cutlets and all cuts of veal (especially stuffed, baked veal breast).
  • Use it to sautée vegetables or mix with marinades, sauces, and dressings.
  • Add it to butter for an easy flavored butter to add in pasta dishes and sauces.
  • Flavor a stir-fry, try it with fruit or ice cream!
  • There are so many ways to enjoy it....
  • The distinctive scent gets much better when you cook with it.

A hand mixed formula of granulated Lemon peel, cracked extra bold Tellicherry Black Pepper, minced dehydrated Onion, pristine Himalayan Pink crystal sea Salt (Gourmet food grade), dehydrated organic Garlic, and 100% pure Citric acid (Lemon salt).

Non-Irradiated ★ Small Batch Blended

Freshness Dated ★ Best if used within 1 year of opening  


 Post Script

  • Try this fantastic snack idea → spray some pita bread with a fruity Saratoga extra-virgin olive oil, sprinkle over the Lemon-Pepper seasoning and bake in a moderate oven for 8-10 mins. Cut the pita bread into slices. Great to eat on their own or with dips.
  • Substitute Lemon-Pepper Seasoning for black pepper anywhere you want a bold, zesty flavor.
  • Mix 1 to 2 Tbsp. Lemon-Pepper Seasoning into 1 cup sour cream or yogurt for a tangy dip.
  • For mouthwatering chicken, let your bird pieces soak in a mixture of 1 cup buttermilk to 2 Tbsp. Lemon-Pepper Seasoning for a couple of hours before cooking.
  • For a bright vinaigrette, whisk 2 tsp. Lemon-Pepper Seasoning with 2 Tbsp. Saratoga balsamic-vinegar and ⅓ cup varietal Saratoga Olive Oil of choice.
  • For a citrus-inspired marinade, mix 1 to 2 Tbsp. Lemon-Pepper Seasoning with ¼ cup each orange juice, apple cider vinegar/balsamic, and Saratoga Extra-Virgin Olive Oil.


    Product Features
      • Gluten-Free, No MSG, Non-Dairy, Non-GMO, Kosher, Zero additives. 
      • Easy to store, minimal foot print.
      • Tellicherry Black Pepper imported from Western India, Himalayan Pink Salt from Punjab region of Pakistan. Lemon peel, minced white Onion, organic Garlic and Citric acid from California. 
      • Premium quality.
      • Hand-crafted in USA 

    Tips when applying as a rub
    A rub should coat the surface of the meat so work a rub evenly into to the meat to get the flavor inside as much as possible. If you are applying a rub to poultry try and get it in under the skin so it can better absorb the flavor.  Lightly scoring meat, poultry, and fish will help the rub flavors penetrate further.  Apply your rub at least one hour before you plan to grill.  Large roasts, whole poultry, or briskets should be rubbed down the night before or at least several hours before you plan to grill.  This allows the seasonings to mix with the natural juices of the meat and add as much flavor as possible.


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